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Curios what folks think about this. I have read some conflicting thoughts about them.

Considering selling it to put towards Bruce & Steve's books.

Receiver and bottom metal are byf and un-numbered, none of the typical parts are numbered. Floor plate, spring, and follower are replacements and numbered. The bolt is numbered, but I cannot make out the other markings to determine maker. It is all matching to itself.
 

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It's a paradox - if you have the books, you would know, but you need to know so you can sell it and get the books. LOL.

There is a range of byf rifles in the g-k block that have no serial on the receiver. If you remove the barrel, you have no serial....
 

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I once owned a 44byf that had a replacement barrel that also had no number so the thing had NO serial number whatever.
I had to sell it face to face at a show to ditch the dang thing...
 

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Makes it interesting to do a NICS check though.
 

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It's a paradox - if you have the books, you would know, but you need to know so you can sell it and get the books. LOL.

There is a range of byf rifles in the g-k block that have no serial on the receiver. If you remove the barrel, you have no serial....
It IS quite the paradox. I figured if I sold it and bought the books, I would learn all about it, and hate myself for selling it. :)
 
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